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IAM at the national meeting of think tanks 2016
4 juillet 2016
Over the past 10 years, everyone has observed the unprecedented growth in France of the think tanks phenomenon, whose quality of expertise and influence are now recognized in the political, economic and media fields.
For its 10th anniversary, with its ever-renewed ambition and in order to start a new decade of research, the Think Tank Observatory, in association with Public Sénat and RFI, invites you to meet at the Palais du Luxembourg on 4 July from 9am to 8pm for the 1st National Think Tank Conference.
These conferences are sponsored by two complementary personalities with exceptional backgrounds, with a real sensitivity for think tanks and the integration of civil society in the design of public policies:
- Karine Claireaux, Senator of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Mayor of Saint-Pierre and President of the Bureau of the Conseil National de la Mer et du Littoral
- Nicole Fontaine, lawyer, Doctor of State in Public Law, former Minister and former President of the European Parliament
During this day-long debate in a new format, the 15 think tanks represented will be confronted with our sponsors, institutional personalities and personalities from the French and European business world during five thematic round tables: « ecology & international affairs », « economy & state reform », « Europe & education », « health & digital », « governance & transparency in public life ».
This day will end with the presentation of the list of 40 organizations labelled « Think Tank » for the year 2016.
This label, awarded by the Observatory following a study conducted over more than six months, attests to the essential factors that make the legitimacy of a think tank legitimate: the regularity of its production, the accessibility of its production, its good governance and its financial transparency. For this first promotion of labelled individuals, 75 French organisations claiming the title of « think tank » were evaluated according to a methodology developed by the Observatory’s teams,